The official web site of the Wynyard Residents Association
Wynyard Residents Association in partnership with Grindon Parish Council are taking forward the development of a neighbourhood plan for Wynyard.
Neighbourhood Plans provide a great opportunity for residents to have more influence on how places in which they live and work change over time. Your local knowledge and the sense of what needs to be protected and what needs to change can really make a difference. The aim is to produce a planning policy document led by residents which will be a planning consideration when Stockton and Hartlepool Borough Councils consider planning application in the Wynyard area.
The Wynyard Neighbourhood Planning Group is progressing well with the development of the Wynyard Neighbourhood Plan. The application for the designation of the Neighbourhood Plan boundary has been approved by Stockton and Hartlepool Councils and the group is moving forward with developing the neighbourhood plan which will guide and influence new development in Wynyard. A questionnaire was recently distributed to all residents and the questionnaire received a 47% response rate from residents. These views and ideas will form the development of the policies.
Neighbourhood Planning is on the agenda for the monthly residents association meeting and is open to all residents to attend. Various consultation events will be held throughout the development of the Neighbourhood Plan so all residents have the opportunity to HAVE THEIR SAY.
latest DRAFT version of the plan 2017-04-18 Wynyard Neighbourhood Plan draft v2
Please visit our consultation page to read the DRAFT introduction to the plan. This is the basis for writing the policies.
The following document is a cut down from a larger Stockton Borough Council planning document which outlines their strategy and reasoning. The beginning of the document is complete as it covers the rationale behind the councils thinking. I have edited out the parts that relate to other parts of the borough where specific planning is considered and retained only items pertinent to Wynyard. Page 40 is where Wynyard starts.SBC Housing Need and Demand Topic